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Chance Bateman calls time with his “family club” at Hawthorn

darren chance_batemanBy National Indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

Chance Bateman was in many ways a trailblazer at Hawthorn and he will forever be remembered as the man that paved the way for the club to recruit Indigenous footballers.

 

In March of 2000, the 31 year old from Western Australia became the club's first Indigenous man to play at the "family club" in his AFL...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 September 2012 16:13

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Krakouer may take Magpies’ welfare officer role

afl andrew_krakouerAndrew Krakouer's inspirational AFL football comeback could lead to another chapter as the Collingwood's Indigenous welfare officer.

The livewire forward is hopeful of securing a one year contract extension to play on next season after making a sparking senior return two weeks ago from a knee reconstruction.?

Club chiefs wanted to delay any talks on Krakouer's future until a complete...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 September 2012 16:11

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